Annapolis, Maryland is where the original version of this Sweet Bottom home is located. Built in 1774, it was one of the first three-story Georgian townhouses built in the American Colonies and ranks as one of the finest of its type. The front entryway is a Palladian motif with a fanlight topping the door, flanked by two panels of sidelights. These three window openings are framed by two Ionic columns and two Ionic pilasters which support an entablature that becomes an open pediment above the door. The red brick walls are adorned with belt courses of red brick at the floor levels and the center projecting pavilion is crowned by a pediment with red brick facing.
Pinehurst Way - Annapolis
Era: Colonial
Style: Georgian (1720 -1840)
3929 Pinehurst Way
Chase-Lloyd House – 22 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, MD (1774)
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